These images are rather more abstract than some of the ones I post - but I like them.
These are (or this is) Yellow-throated Miners (Manorina flavigula) in the Mallee. I am not sure I would have really identified them as such without help, but luckily help was on hand. In the future I will look for the distinctive white rump which is a clear field mark.
We are slowly coming out of lockdown - and now all of my family is double jabbed, so we have done our bit for the community.
The Yellow-throated Miner is found across mainland Australia, and I suppose that the Mallee counts as that!
Hope all is well. To join in with WBW, click on the link below. SM